This is an interview and discussion with a few of the most famous legal scholars, a philosopher, and a judge, concerning the problems faced by education and the law today due to the absence of any natural principles. The problem of nihilism is addressed directly. Other participants included Russel Kirk & Justice Donoso. The source was unfortunately not registered in the copy. Strauss makes some rare and candid remarks here about academia and the problem of demagoguery within liberal democracy in an age of mass media.
(The editor could not find a superior copy as the document is very difficult to find.)